More Classical Lutheran Education online

I told you about Wittenberg Academy, offering an entire classical Lutheran high school curriculum online.  Those are asynchronous courses, which means they are self-contained and may be taken whenever the student wants to fire up the computer, though there is personal interaction with the teacher and other students built in.   Now Faith Lutheran Church in Plano, Texas, which has an excellent classical Lutheran high school, is making some of its courses available to homeschoolers live.  Pastor Woelmer of Faith, Plano, sent me this notice:

Faith Lutheran High School is a classical high school in Plano, Texas. Faith will now offer classes live using two-way HD-Video streaming through the Internet. The student will see the teacher on their home computer or lap-top, see the notes the teacher puts on the e-board, listen to the lecture, participate in live discussions with other students, and the teacher will be able to see the student as well.

Faith will offer the Omnibus 1 and Omnibus 3 classes taught from a Lutheran perspective. The Omnibus class consists of English, Theology, and History (3 credits) and is taught by a professional Lutheran school teacher with many years of classroom experience. Classes will start August 22, 2012.For more information, including cost and other details, call 972-423-7448 or send an email to: school@faithplanoschool.org.

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  • Philip

    Check out First Lutheran Missoula Montana classical school http://www.flcmissoula.org/School/FLCClassicalSchool.asp.

    Not bad for a small Montana town that has an elementary and High Schools named Hellgate.

  • Philip

    Check out First Lutheran Missoula Montana classical school http://www.flcmissoula.org/School/FLCClassicalSchool.asp.

    Not bad for a small Montana town that has an elementary and High Schools named Hellgate.

  • Dr. Luther in the 21st Century

    I love the growing number of supplements that are being produced for Lutheran Home Schoolers. I would still like to see more in the way of printed materials. Also,the addition of courses geared towards educating the parents so that they can better understand the materials they are trying to teach their children would be very helpful.

  • Dr. Luther in the 21st Century

    I love the growing number of supplements that are being produced for Lutheran Home Schoolers. I would still like to see more in the way of printed materials. Also,the addition of courses geared towards educating the parents so that they can better understand the materials they are trying to teach their children would be very helpful.

  • Momof3intenn

    I do love seeing all of these new Lutheran options popping up. I would also like to see more pinted options and options for students younger than high school. I am hoping there will be some separate theology courses, not just Omnibus courses, by the time my children reach high school.

  • Momof3intenn

    I do love seeing all of these new Lutheran options popping up. I would also like to see more pinted options and options for students younger than high school. I am hoping there will be some separate theology courses, not just Omnibus courses, by the time my children reach high school.

  • http://theoldadam.com/ Steve Martin

    ” pinted options ”

    That’s a Lutheran Freudian slip if I’ve ever heard one! :D

  • http://theoldadam.com/ Steve Martin

    ” pinted options ”

    That’s a Lutheran Freudian slip if I’ve ever heard one! :D


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